http://www.phonearena.com/news/Sams...ones-6-in-our-blind-camera-comparison_id70614 Having actually owned Android phones for many years (MyTouch, Droid 1, HTC Thunderbolt, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, Moto X, Note 3, iPhone 6+) (Note 3 my last Android phone) - I'm surprised by articles like this. Sure more MP is nice but .... I take thousands of photos every few months - a hobbyist photographer. I have a Canon 40D that I've taken 30k+ photos with but I find I'm using my cellphone mostly for ease of use. Articles like this frustrate me because I find that I am consistently taking better photos with my 6+ than I ever did with my Note 3. Color is far more accurate, focus is 100% spot on, and lighting is almost always perfect. Sure, my Note 3 had more megapixels allowing me to crop more if I needed but compared to my 6+ there is a night and day difference. I found with my Note 3 - the increase in MP often resulted in blurry pictures and focus problems. Don't get me started on the fact that the camera app on the iPhone is tons faster/smoother than the Samsung camera app. Anyone with any photography experience knows there are some old Canon 10D experts taking 5x better photos than people with the latest. Megapixels help but aren't the tell all. The only way I see this article having any truth is that they showed the 100% crop and people chose the one with more MP. Still, the iPhone photos look bad and seem to me that if I was in that same situation, I'd do a lot better.